The Continent of Zilanthia and all its holds

Summary[edit | edit source]

Zilanthia is a fairly large continent that has no one direct ruler that controls it. Within it are several different kingdoms that often fight each other for power.

Cities[edit | edit source]

Anthol[edit | edit source]

Population: 520,000

Symbol: A red tree

Lords: Ovalon house

Common Races: Human


Everflame[edit | edit source]

Population: 680,000

Symbol: A green fireball

Lords: Sarosu house

Common Races: Dragonborn


Gashnak[edit | edit source]

Population: 890,000

Symbol: A green spiked gauntlet

Lords: Gruk-nak Clan

Common Races: Orc


Gorbog[edit | edit source]

Population: 410,000

Symbol: A brown warthog with red eyes

Lords: Vegrec clan

Common Races: Goblin


Krath[edit | edit source]

Population: 1,080,000

Symbol: A gold griffon

Lords: Vigil house

Common Races: Human/dwarf/mull


Lawric[edit | edit source]

Population: 820,000

Symbol: A marble pillar

Lords: Belhorn house

Common Races: Human


Prayvol[edit | edit source]

Population: 710,000

Symbol: A purple octopus

Lords: Foster house

Common Races: Human


Titun[edit | edit source]

Population: 1,350,000

Symbol: A golden gauntlet inside of a sun

Lords: Ashenfall house

Common Races: Human


Verin[edit | edit source]

Population: 650,000

Symbol: A blue whale

Lords: Pyke house

Common Races: Human


Zannizir[edit | edit source]

Population: 980,000

Symbol: A black hydra

Lords: Valkreig house

Common Races: Tiefling

Villages[edit | edit source]

Anchormort[edit | edit source]

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Ankh[edit | edit source]

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Archivello[edit | edit source]

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Arja-deen[edit | edit source]

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Arsoth[edit | edit source]

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Belgir[edit | edit source]

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Borthal[edit | edit source]

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Breygovick[edit | edit source]

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Buk-Brak[edit | edit source]

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Calroat[edit | edit source]

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The Cinder Keep[edit | edit source]

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Crugar's Landing[edit | edit source]

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Dawnview[edit | edit source]

Population: 300-500

Common races: Dwarves, Humans, and Mulls. Over 100 dwarves, around 75-100 humans, and 50 mulls.

Town Size: Small

Dawnview's main livestock consists of Goat, Yak, and Poultry. Not many crops are grown due to the cold temperature and the altitude of the town, although this is made up for in the production of medicinal herbs. The area around Dawnview is fairly Treeless. Dawnview is a fairly high altitude above sealevel, and the ground is almost always snow covered. Although there are two to three months of the year where the mountainous region thaws out and turns green with grass and flowers. Dawnview is located on the side of a small mountain chain, the highest of which sits around 4 KM tall. The city is fairly quiet, and nothing unusual really ever happens here.  The town's governing is handled by the lord of the Dawn Drake order. It is almost completely devoid of criminals due to the city being built around the monestary of the order of the Dawn Drake, an elite order of highly skilled monks. While they are few in number, these monks train all of their lives to perfect their skills in unarmed combat. These monks are trained from infants, and are not allowed to marry.

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Dragon's Crest[edit | edit source]

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Fairport[edit | edit source]

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The Frozen Keep[edit | edit source]

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Gil'nith[edit | edit source]

Population: 2-3 thousand human/dwarf/mull soldiers.

Gil'nith is a fairly large fortress located just off the southern edge of a small mountain chain. It sits in the most northren part of the Frostpine forest. The fortress itself is a large stone fort located ontop of a small treeless hill. The Fortress was built over 1000 years ago when Krath was threatened by a mass-scale invasion, the fort was never overtaken in this war but suffered damage due to siege weapons. To this day one of the outermost towers is still damaged beyond repair. Prince Yorik Hill is the current acting commander of Gil'Nith, the Prince himself is no expert in hand to hand combat, but is a master strategist and planner.

The Fort also has a large dungeon complex beneath it, orginally used to house prisoners of war it now acts as a high security prison for thieves. The dungeons beneath have been nicknamed the Bloodcrypts by criminals, as very few who go in ever return out alive. The prison is also notorious for torturing its prisoners to gather any information needed. Many say the acting warden of the dungeons can read the minds of prisoners in pain, and was appointed to his posistion by the king himself. The Fortress is almost all comprised soldiers and prisoners for very few others come to this place.


Gorvoch[edit | edit source]

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Greyhook[edit | edit source]

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Gul'wurth[edit | edit source]

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The Iron Keep[edit | edit source]

It began as a fortress for the armies of Titun. It was built in the year 373 by King Ashenfall, and eventually became well known for capturing prisoners and torturing them for information. When war times settled, the keep was turned into a secure prison for the criminals of Titun. The King of Titun would sentence criminals himself, and have them shipped off to the Iron Keep for the safety of his people, in the event of a breakout. The criminals are then put under the control of the Warden of the keep. He or she may use any means at their disposal to ensure the prisoners stay locked up. This can include torture or the abuse of the prisoners rights.


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Malen[edit | edit source]

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Marol[edit | edit source]

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Maygrick[edit | edit source]

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Mikel[edit | edit source]

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Mul'nar[edit | edit source]

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Mynce[edit | edit source]

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Nook[edit | edit source]

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Oath's Reach[edit | edit source]

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Orianna[edit | edit source]

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Parsath[edit | edit source]

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Pyre[edit | edit source]

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Ravenfall[edit | edit source]

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Sabre[edit | edit source]

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Sakira[edit | edit source]

A small city populated mostly by tieflings that practise the art of magic. In the center of the town is the old mages tower that once belonged to the Arch Mage Halaster Blackcloak. The tower mostly serves as a tourist attraction, while the actual mages guild lies in the northern section of the town. The local scholars have estimated that the tower was built roughly 10,000 years before the fall of Avandra.


Serovia[edit | edit source]

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Thornhill[edit | edit source]

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Valenforge[edit | edit source]

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Val-nesh[edit | edit source]

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Valreon[edit | edit source]

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Vargak[edit | edit source]

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Vectin[edit | edit source]

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Veygar's Point[edit | edit source]

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Vorgur Keep[edit | edit source]

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Vycot[edit | edit source]

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